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16 Program Choices: Your film program guide to the Toronto International Film Festival

Canada First! New works by emerging Canadian filmmakers.

Canadian Open Vault Screenings of recently restored, classic Canadian films.

Canadian Perspective Showcases the films of a single filmmaker who has influenced Canada’s cinematic landscape. Michel Brault is honoured this year.

Contemporary World Cinema The best new movies by directors from around the globe.

Dialogues Important movies selected and introduced by well-known filmmakers.

Discovery Innovative cinema by a range of new and emerging international directors.

Gala Presentations The festival’s most-hyped Canadian, international and American-studio productions, many of which are receiving world premieres.

MastersThought-provoking new movies by some of the world’s most venerable film auteurs.

Midnight Madness Countercultural flicks and genre pics (dark comedy, horror, exploitation and more) not typically considered part of the haughty festival circuit.

Real to Reel International documentaries, investigative films, docudramas and other reality- based programming.

Short Cuts Canada The best short films that Canadian cinema has to offer.

Special Presentations More high-profile films featuring major stars and directors.

Sprockets Family Zone Films from around the world for children, with everything from drama to documentary to animation.

Vanguard Modern, edgy works that strive to break the boundaries of social discourse.

Visions Exciting movies by both emerging and established directors who challenge our understanding of storytelling and filmmaking.

Wavelengths Provocative avant-garde cinema by some of the best artists in the field.

For more about the 32nd annual Toronto International Film Festival, see The Best of the Fest.

Which celebs will be walking the red carpet? Check out our Star-Gazing Guide for the scoop.

Get your autograph book and cameras ready. To find the stars, see 10 Places to Spot Celebrities.

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